The host for the episode is Julian Bond, and the musical guests are Tom Waits and Brick. The skits for this episode are as follows: Emily Litella sings that her lover makes her feel like a national woman. An accountant advertises his tax preparation services from behind bars. On Black Perspectives, Julian Bond explains that light-skinned blacks are smarter than dark-skinned blacks. The mysterious Dr. X helps counsel a family through their problems. A model for Ebony advertises a hair lustre that comes in a fist-shaped can. During the Weekend Update, Jane Curtain is drowned out by the noise of a passing Concorde. In an ad for soup, the narrator forces a little girl to stick corn up her nose. Leonard Plith-Garnell reviews bad cinema. The Farbers talk to Julian Bond about racial tolerance. Mr. Mike tells his version of the Brer Rabbit story to Uncle Remus, in which the folk hero is skinned and eaten. Patti Smith talks about censorship in a Gary Weis film. George Wallace tries to ...
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But Jane, don't you understand? I'm in love, like all I can do is think about him. I'm hot. Red hot. I mean, you could melt butter all over parts of my body. Eh, I mean my heart's beating in places it's never beaten before!
References Song of the South